Published by Foxit Corporation on 26 Apr 2012
Updated26 Apr 2012
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"Easy To Use but Powerful SDK Toolkit"Packaged in a dynamic library without any dependencies on third-party components, the Foxit PDF SDK DLL is a single assembly reference for all your PDF needs. The SDK renders any PDF document very quickly and displays them the way they were intended to be viewed: crisp, clear, and easy to read. It allows developers to create and implement powerful PDF solutions and applications that can generate, manipulate, view, render and print PDF documents. The security module is a high performance and simple to use set of interfaces for customized encryption and decryption of PDF documents, enabling software developers and e-publishers protection against unauthorized access or alteration. The PDF SDK DLL's flexible, modular architecture enables you to license only the functionality that you require in your application, while allowing you to upgrade easily if more functionality is needed down the road. Customers can choose between the following modules that the Foxit PDF SDK DLL offers:
View Module - to render PDF documents and obtain basic PDF information.
Security Module - encrypt and decrypt existing PDF documents.
Text Module - for text extraction.
Progressive Module - provides progressive display to allow the application to respond to other operations when displaying a document.
Asynchronous Module - for asynchronous operations. For example, the application can display the first page of the document while the other pages are still downloading.
Ebase Module - provides the base functions for document editing.
Page Module - provides the interfaces for page manipulation.
Object Module - provides the interfaces for editing page objects.
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